Cameron: Britain won’t succumb to terror


LONDON — Prime Minister vowed Thursday that his nation would not succumb to fear and promised a vigorous investigation into the brutal slaying of a British soldier by alleged Islamic extremists on a London street. The killing appeared to be the first successfully executed terror attack since the coordinated transit system bombings in 2005. Amid reports that at least one of the suspects had sought to travel to to support an affiliate, Cameron said there would be reviews of British security services’ management of any information that had been received…

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Elizabeth Taylor’s first wedding dress up for auction

LONDON (Reuters) – The wedding dress worn by film star Elizabeth Taylor for her first marriage to hotel heir Conrad Hilton in 1950 will go up for sale next month, auction house Christie’s said on Friday. The simple, but elegant garment created by Hollywood costume designer Helen Rose for the […]